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Revealed! The Baby Names Peter Andre Is Considering…

He has recently become a dad for the third time and reality star Peter Andre is taking his time weighing up his new baby daughter’s name options

It’s been three weeks since Peter Andre welcomed his daughter with fiancé Emily MacDonagh and the couple are yet to decide on a name. Or at least reveal it publically. 

But the pop star has revealed that he and Emily are closer to choosing a name, with four – very traditional – options on the table. Chatting to Jonathan Ross on his show that will be aired tomorrow night, Peter said, ‘We have four names. Maybe you can help me out actually.’

‘We had Rose. I love Rose because it’s English and beautiful,’ said the Mysterious Girl singer. ‘Ameila, beautiful name. Elizabeth. Alexandra. So these are the four names that we’ve been throwing around.’

Rose was the couple’s initial name for their new baby, but when she arrived they felt it didn’t feel right. ‘The baby came three weeks early,’ explained Peter.  ‘Then we looked at each other and I said, “We haven’t got a name,” so we started calling her Rose, but she wasn’t a Rose.

Rose was the couple’s initial name for their new baby, but when she arrived they felt it didn’t feel right

‘It didn’t click. So then we went backwards and forwards. Then three days ago she (Emily) throws another spanner in the works and says, “What about Poppy?” Poppy is a nice name.

‘Then she threw in Isabella and I thought that’s a nice name. So we’re sort of in a bit of a pickle here.’

But with all of options available, Peter revealed to Jonathan that Amelia is his top choice – but he wants Emily to be happy.

‘I’ve had two children, biological children, and this is her (Emily’s) first, so I want her to be happy. My favourite is Ameila. I love that name but I want her to be happy. I love that name,’ he said.

It looks like we’ll have to wait and see which name the couple decide on. If they’re really stuck, maybe they should try our baby name generator… just an idea!

Find out all you need to know about registering your baby's name and what to do if you change your mind about your baby's name here.

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